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Songs about Kohanim:
Aaronic Blessing/Birkat Kohanim by Devora Clark from the Album Aaronic Blessing/Birkat Kohanim
Birchas Kohanim by Avraham Fried from the Album Yankel Yankel
Birchas Kohanim by Cantor Isaiah Meisels from the Album Cantors, Klezmorim And Crooners 1905-1953
Priestly Blessing: Birkas Kohanim by Scott Eckers from the Album It's Shabbos: Mussaf for Shabbat
Bendicion de Kohanim by David and the High Spirit from the Album Popurri Judio, Vol. 3
Bircat Kohanim by Rebecca Teplow from the Album Kaveh/Hope
Birchas Kohanim by Cantor Isaiah Meisels from the Album Classic Yiddish Klezmer, Vol. 1 (1905-1916)
Books about Kohanim:
Sefer Toldot ha-kohanim ha-gedolim (Hebrew Edition) by Greenwald, Rabbi Jekuthiel Judah (Dec 10, 2007)
Kingdom of Kohanim (Vayikra) by Rabbi Avigdor Miller (1994)
Bircas Kohanim / The Priestly Blessings: Background, Translation and Commentary Anthologized from Talmudic, Midrashic... by Rabbi Avie Gold (Jul 1986)
Sefer Birkat Kohanim (Hebrew Edition) by Rabbi Barukh Hakohen (Dec 10, 2007)
Sefer Sifsei Kohanim (Hebrew Edition) by Rabbi Shabtai Ben Avraham Avlei haKohen Rappaport (Dec 10, 2007)
Sefer Safra Debei Rav Toras Kohanim- Vayikra (Hebrew Edition) by Unknown Contributor (Sep 11, 2012)
Sefer Toras Kohanim im Pirushim - Volume 2 (Hebrew Edition) by Tzvi Hirsh haCohen Rappoport (Feb 10, 2013)
Wiki information Kohanim:
Kohen or cohen is the Hebrew word for priest. Jewish kohanim are traditionally believed and halakhically required to be of direct patrilineal descent from the biblical Aaron. During the existence of the Temple in Jerusalem, kohanim performed the...
The priestly blessing or priestly benediction, also known as raising of the hands, or Dukhanen, is a Jewish prayer recited by Kohanim. Kohanim are Priests, Jews who are descendants of Aaron the High Priest, brother of Moses, and according to Jewish...